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New Jersey educator Michael Smurro has apologized for throwing beer on other diners after his wife ranted about a transgender woman
The "America's Classics" restaurant has found new ways to serve the community and help keep 17th Street vibrant
La Isla Cuchifrito Restaurant in Mott Haven apologized to the couple
Shilling's Möet Hennessy Wine Shop offers a curated selection of the restaurant's best wines.
Enjoy vibrant, high-quality classics at home
Wee Mexico in Dundee wanted to let customers know that "anyone is welcome here"
Manager falsely claimed that South Carolina law requires trans people to use restrooms matching their biological sex at birth
Gresser pioneered gourmet pizza in D.C., and served it with a side of community spirit.
El Tio Tex-Mex Grill settled a lawsuit alleging that employees subjected a gay server to homophobic harassment
Entrees featuring Argentine beef or paired with Woodford cocktails are among this year's Summer Restaurant Week offerings
Boys were allegedly told "your kind are not welcome here" before being told to leave
The fast food chain couldn't care less than organizations it donates to actively discriminate against LGBTQ people
Pelosi stopped by to see #NancyPelostree -- and offer a few jabs at the Trump administration
Rider University removed the franchise from a list of options due to a perceived anti-LGBTQ stance
Yelp reviewer said Caffe Zia Gianna's support for LGBTQ people should be "punishable as a crime"